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Giraffes, Botswana

A balance of playful yellow and passionate red, orange commands attention without overwhelming. This often flamboyant color brings to mind citrus and sunsets, fall leaves, and jack-o’-lanterns. Orange has even been found to stimulate appetite and creativity in humans.
Here, three giraffes in Botswana’s Okavango Delta stretch their necks above the horizon before a glowing orange sky.

Cowboy Boot, New Mexico

Sunset casts a spurred boot in silhouette in Santa Fe, New 

Mexico. Such icons of the Old West still have a proud place in 

everyday New Mexican life.

Insulation Fibers

Molten glass is turned into insulation at the Johns-Manville 

Corporation in Berlin, New Jersey The orange-hot fluid is 

forced through holes in a palladium sheet to form long, thin 

fibers.


Orange Tulips

Vibrant tulips brighten the Samuels Bulb Garden at St. Louis’s 

Missouri Botanical Garden. Established in 1859, the garden is 

an internationally recognized center for botanical research 

and a year-round urban oasis for flower fans

Dingo Fence, Australia

Sunset colors the sand around Australia’s famed dingo fence, 

a 3,355-mile (5,400-kilometer) barrier that crosses the 

country’s desert interior and separates cattle and sheep from 

predatory wild dogs

Scorpion

Scorpians have survived for hundreds of millions of years by 

being extremely adaptable. Some, like this orange-colored 

species in the Grand Canyon, dwell in desert climes, while 

others inhabit the tropics, temperate forests, and even 

Himalayan high peaks.

Orange Coral

A tubastraea coral waves its wispy, orange tentacles near 

Sangeang Island, Indonesia. Coral reefs cover less than one 

percent of the ocean floor, but they support one out of every 

four marine creatures

Setting Sun

A burning orange sun sets behind a fringe of pampas grass in 

Japan. Japan’s nickname, “The Land of the Rising Sun,” is 

derived from the Chinese ideograph meaning “place of the 

sun’s origin.”

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